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Donald Trump Meets Experts To Discuss Violence In Video Games

Donald Trump Meets Experts To Discuss Violence In Video Games

Following the meeting, the International Game Developers Association, a non-profit representing the game development industry, issued a sharp response to the resurrected anti-videogame sentiment that was thought dead via Twitter . "I have a very young son". Mr Trump said if his goals could be accomplished "by other means" the U.S. will remain "open to modifying or removing the tariffs for individual nations as long as we can agree on a way to ensure that their products no longer threaten ...


US, China agree to keep pressure on North Korea

US, China agree to keep pressure on North Korea

South Korea's Moon was ebullient. But questions remained over exactly what North Korea means by "denuclearize" and what the USA might be risking with a highly publicized summit that will build up Kim's stature among world leaders. "We facilitated important meetings, including between Japan and NK". Trump appeared to have caught his own top foreign policy official off guard as well.


USA talks on trade tariffs 'frank' but bring no immediate clarity

USA talks on trade tariffs 'frank' but bring no immediate clarity

Mexico's Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo telling Reuters, "Under no circumstance will we be subject to any type of pressure". Denmark's foreign minister says no one will end up winning if a trade war ensues between the United States and the European Union.


2 officers shot, wounded in barricade situation in Pomona

2 officers shot, wounded in barricade situation in Pomona

There was no word on the officers' condition. Around 9:10 p.m. local time dispatchers received a call of an "officer down", the Los Angeles Times reported. Two officers were shot - one fatally - by a gunman who after more than a dozen hours remained barricaded Saturday in southern California, officials said.


Aaron Finch criticises South Africa's role in sledging war with Australia

Aaron Finch criticises South Africa's role in sledging war with Australia

Call it passion or petulance, the fiery Rabada could not control himself after removing Smith to claim the first of five wickets he snared on day one of the second Test . Vernon Philander made light of Rabada's blow-up in Port Elizabeth , saying "I don't even recall there being a send-off". "We've seen so many different things of late", he said.